P Ramkumar

The high profile S Swathi Chennai murder case is solved but the way Chennai Police tackled the case has been amazing. When the dead body of S Swathi was found in a pool of blood, Chennai Police was slammed by the court. The case was transferred from Railway Police to Special Investigation team of Chennai Police. The police came into action pretty soon. But there was hardly any proof. Here is how the Chennai Police cracked the case.

The Suspect

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There was no clue whatsoever when the Chennai Murder Case first saw the light. A bright 24 years old, S Swathi, was hacked by an unknown attacker at around 6:30 AM in Nungambakkam Railway Station. There was no footage in the railway station and the suspect escaped. No one really helped the victim and neither anyone of them chased the suspect down. However, footage from nearby building gave the first representation of the suspect. Even though the image was hazy but it was solid enough to give the first lead of the case.

Alleged Chennai Suspect Killer

It was soon revealed that the suspect P Ramkumar used to stalk the S Swathi from Choolaimedu to Infosys campus. His whereabouts was still unknown but it was believed that he was lodged in some mansion in Choolaimedu. Police zeroed down A S Mansion, thanks to the watchman of the mansion. He revealed that the suspect hails from Tirunelveli.

Nabbing P Ramkumar

Chennai Police tracked down P Ramkumar in Tirunelveli from the documents submitted in the mansion. The police then surrounded the house of P Ramkumar in Meenakshipuram in Sengottai. The power was switched off in that area and Chennai Police was recreating a Kollywood style nabbing. P Ramkumar tried to commit suicide, knowing his game was over. However, police immediately took him to Hospital.

P Ramkumar is now out of danger but is still admitted in the hospital. He will be taken to Chennai once he will be stable.

Chennai Murder Case was solved after remarkable job by the police. However, the justice has not been served yet but the judiciary will be now taking over the case.